Roach reminisced on some of his favorite memories on building the national junior team, which he was the director of from 2008-2013
Wolfrum dove deep on a number of topics and the wisdom that she’s gained throughout her coaching journey thus far was evident
Casas delved into his past, explaining how he spent a life-changing summer in Austin training at Nitro while living with now-A&M teammate Ethan Gogulski.
We spoke with Aaron about the past, present, and future of swimming, in terms of the sport itself as well as swimming as a business
Janet described running the Olympic torch to Muhammed Ali at the 1996 Atlanta Games. Evans says it was by far the best moment in her Olympic career
Calypso says that although she’s not totally sure, she think’s she’ll return to Northwestern to finish her senior year without Kipp
Hosszu talks us through her age group days in Hungary, AKA swimming boot camp, and her successes and failures once she came to the US and USC.
Franklin coaches explained how their college balances academics and athletics, and we discussed what a DI program might be able to adapt from that model.
Namely, he gave us his Top 3 swims All-Time that HE HAS SWUM as well as Top 3 HE HAS WITNESSED, with accompanying race videos
At UCSB that Lezak made a big jump times wise, but also made a regression in attitude. This ultimately led to him being kicked off the team at one point
We spoke with para national teamers Robert Griswold and David Gelfand about how they’re handling this quarantine period at the Olympic Training Center
Three-time Olympic Champion and NBC Sports Voice of Swimming, Rowdy Gaines, drops in on this Gold Medal Minute takeover of the SwimSwam Podcast.
I’d say as far as at-home dryland setups, Adam’s has to rival the best of the best, with full racks of kettlebells, TRX bands, and more
Olympic legend Gary Hall Jr discussed his Olympic experience, what his training was like throughout his career, and dealing with the spotlight.
We also dove deep into what it takes to swim a perfect 400m freestyle and how swimming might be able to break the magical barrier of 3:40 in that race.